Amber Heard Says She ‘Loves’ Johnny Depp And Has ‘No Ill Will’ Towards Him Despite The Hell They Put Each Other Through

Amber Heard Says She 'Loves' Johnny Depp, Has 'No Ill Will' Towards Him

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  • Amber Heard sat down with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie for a sit-down interview about the Johnny Depp trial.
  • Heard says she has no “bad feelings or ill will” towards her ex-husband.
  • A Virginia court sided with Depp in his defamation lawsuit against her and ordered Heard to pay $15M in damages.

Speaking to NBC’s Savannah Guthrie for her first sit-down interview following her defamation trial loss to her ex-husband Johnny Depp, 36-year-old actress Amber Heard said that she still “loves” Depp and that she harbors no “bad feelings or ill will” towards him.

Amber Heard says she has no “bad feelings or ill will” towards ex-husband Johnny Depp

“I love him. I loved him with all my heart,” Heard told NBC’s Savannah Guthrie. “And I tried the best I could to make a deeply broken relationship work. And I couldn’t. I have no bad feelings or ill will towards him at all. I know that might be hard to understand, or it might be really easy to understand.

Heard’s comments about not having “ill-will” towards her ex-husband came from the same interview in which she implied that Depp was such a good actor that he convinced people that Edward Scissorhands really had “scissors for fingers.”

The actress wasn’t the only person involved with the trial to speak to the media this week, as one of the jurors — who remains unidentified — told ABC News that Heard, who the jury thought was the “aggressor” in the relationship, made the jurors “uncomfortable” and that they didn’t believe her “crocodile tears.”

As for Depp, following his trial victory (and his emphatic win in the court of public opinion), he’s already announced that he and Jeff Beck will be releasing a new album later this Summer. Depp’s first post-trial *film* project, though, is sure to be a much bigger headline.

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